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  • Great Facility Unlike Many French Canadians
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    Cheap Labour: Canada Canada, the so-called land of opportunities. This statement is a known fact due to the large amount of people immigrating to our country. It all started back in the 50's and is still occurring in the 90's. I will be discussing the different working mentalities between French Canadians and immigrants coming from various parts of the world. I will compare "Voiceless People" by Marco Mic one, and White Niggers of America by Pierre Vallieres. White Niggers emphasizes on the ment...
  • New Immigrants To Canada
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    Canada's Immigration From 1852-1990 In 1852 many of Canada's immigrants were from Europe countries but many of these were being lost to the United states. This meant that the province of Canada was mostly French Canadians, this began the immigration promotion program in 1850's. In the 1840's the main problem was lack of control over the immigrants now the problem was getting immigrant particularly British ones to start small farms. Over the next 30 years John A. MacDonald did little to attract n...
  • Multiculturalism In Canada
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    Canada is both a multicultural and multiethnic country where people from diverse parts of the world have chosen to live. With them these immigrants carry their various backgrounds made of many cultures, ethnic origins, values and beliefs. Multiculturalism is a symbol of peaceful integration in and open-minded society. It is formally defined as an educational program recognizing past and present cultural diversity in a society in promoting the equality of all cultural traditions (Teevan and Hewit...
  • Canada
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    Historically, Canada has been a haven for people looking for a peaceful economically sound country to call home, but at no time in history has Canada been more inviting and accommodating to immigrants than now. The Canadian government is hoping to attract between 200, 00 and 225,000 new immigrants during the year 2000. And why should Canada not succeed? According to the Human Development Report for 1999 recently released by the United Nations, Canada once again ranks first worldwide among places...
  • Canadian Economy Through Investor And Entrepreneur Immigrants
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    Immigration and the Canadian Economy Immigrants make up a considerable proportion of the Canadian population. At the time of the 1991 Census, there were 4.3 million immigrants living in Canada, which is 16% of the total Canadian population. (See Graph 1, Immigrants as a Percentage of Canada's Population, 1901-1996) Over the past decades the level of immigration in Canada has increased from an average of 137 000 immigrants arriving in Canada in the 1960's to an average of about 200 000 in 1998. (...
  • Immigrants Cost Canadians Lots Of Money
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    Economic problems come with high levels of immigration. Canada accepts more immigrants, in proportion to its population, than any other nation. Welcoming new arrivals is complicated and expensive. In 1992-93, almost $900 million will be spent on processing applications, enforcement, language training programs, etc. Large cities where immigrants tend to settle face strains on social services, while smaller communities can't attract the skilled immigrants they need. In 1988,161,929 immigrants ente...
  • Canada Needs Immigrants
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    Increase Immigration into Canada Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen. As we all now we are all gathered here today to debate, argue over a bill concerning an increase in immigration. We may not all be on the same side. But personally I am for increasing immigration and in the following I will explain, my reasons. Since the early 1600's and after the great depression Canada has had many ups and downs concerning immigration. It has had immigrants flea from all different countries from around the w...
  • Austrian Immigration To Canada
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    There are a lot of important migration routes nowadays; one of pretty crowded route is between the Canada and Europe. This essay will answer the questions of migration issue among the Austrian immigration to Canada. Canada can be identified simply as a country of vast geographical size, the second largest country in the world, but with a small population of some 25 million people, and is in many ways several countries accidentally linked by the historical development, peopled by different and di...
  • Flaws In Canada's Immigration Policy
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    Invaded By Immigrants Canada being a relatively new country, as far as the history of the world goes was built by immigration. Every single resident of North America can trace his ancestry back to the cradle of life in Europe. Even Native Americans found their way to the new world over a frozen ice pack, spreading out across the land, weaving a rich culture and prospering. The Canada that we know today began only in the last 200 years. Settlers poured in from all over the world, tempted with fre...
  • Immigrant Characters In Canadian Literature
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    Nikki Bum bacco Ms Harrison ENG OAC July 21, 2000 It is a fact that almost all of the people in Canada are immigrants, or come from immigrant descent. If it were not for the millions of people who have fled to Canada in hope of a better life, Canada would never have prospered into what it is today. As a result of this fact, it is hard to believe that immigrants are still faced with many hardships when they enter Canada. Most immigrants have good intentions in mind when coming to a new country. I...
  • Last Aspects Of Multiculturalism In Canada Immigration
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    Multiculturalism in Canada Canada has long been called "The Mosaic", due to the fact that it is made up of a varied mix of races, cultures and ethnicities. As more and more immigrants come to Canada searching for a better life, the population naturally becomes more diverse. This has, in turn, spun a great debate over multiculturalism. Some of the issues under fire are the political state's policies concerning multiculturalism, the attitudes of Canadians around these policies, immigration, the gl...
  • Hungarian Canadian Immigrants
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    To what extent does the novel or memoir you have chosen provide useful insights into the topic mentioned John Marlyn's 'Under the Ribs of Death' is concerned with the life of Sandor Hunyadi, a young Hungarian living in Canada. The novel follows his life as a young boy, and then as a young man in the years before the Great Depression. Sandor's efforts to find his place within Canadian society are a dominant theme of the novel, as is the problem of poverty. Perhaps the all-encompassing term which ...
  • Canada's Current Immigration Policy
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    "Immigration is necessary for Canada's growth. At the same time, we must be sensitive to the need to balance our demographic and economic needs with our capacity to settle and absorb immigrants". (1) Immigration has played a major part historically in the growth of Canada's population. Between 1901 and 1911 alone, Canada received over 1.5 million immigrants, representing 28 percent of Canada's total population at the time. (2) Recently, however, Canada's immigration policies and practices have c...
  • Canadian Immigration Laws
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    Immigration is amoung the most compelling issues with which we as a country are faced. The overwhelming amount of human smuggling has set focus on the immigration laws in Canada. Canadian immigration laws have been under fire by many protest groups who feel the laws are both racist and sexist. The issues surrounding the work in which immigrant women are restricted to has become quite a topic of argument. Historically immigration laws were extremely racist and sexist orientated. It is claimed tha...
  • Immigrants From Other Cultures
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    According to statistics, Canada is one of the countries with the most immigrants. They come from almost every coin of the world and have very different cultures and ethnic backgrounds. A common problem that all of them have to face would be: how to adapt to a new culture that is completely different from theirs? In the short story "Squatter", the author Ministry Rohinton has led readers to think about how to answer. By telling an interesting story about an immigrant who cannot go to toilet, Rohi...
  • Canadian Multiculturalism
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    Canada is often described as a multicultural nation. But what does that mean? Simply stated, it means that Canadians are not of any one cultural background, race or heritage. Instead, Canadians today reflect a vast diversity of cultural heritages and racial groups. The term multiculturalism first came to be used in the 1960's. It was used to counter the term "Biculturalism". Multiculturalism then, basically addressed the rights of the French-speaking people and English-speaking people. Multicult...
  • Immigration Canada
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    Research Essay Canada should allow more foreigners to become Canadian If we walk on the street in downtown of Vancouver, or take a look at the cafeteria of some colleges and universities, we will see a lot of people who are from other countries, such as China, Japan, Korea, Iran and Brazil. When we go to the Vancouver international airport, if some international flights from Asia have just arrived, we will see a big crowd of Asian coming out of the gates. Not only that, but there are lots of hou...
  • Their Way Through The Canadian Immigration Laws
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    Geography Assignment On the Sept 11th 2001, a bunch of crazy extremists expressed their hate towards the Americans by harming innocent and very important businesspersons in the American economy. The attack pierced the heart of the American Nation and shocked people worldwide. To get into the United States, if you are an immigrant is very hard because they have very high standards. The terrorists knew they would not be able to get into the States, coming directly from their country, so they came ...

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